[size=36]Arab bourses end mixed Monday[/size]
ended the Arab stock market indices today 's trading session Monday, on the rise, with the joined Stock Exchange, the Saudi market - "Tassie," parallel market - "growth", Kuwait, Bahrain, Dubai Financial Market, Palestine, Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, On the other hand, Bursa, Egypt, Beirut, Qatar, Tunisia, Amman, Casablanca and Iraq joined the Red List.
In Egypt, stock indexes closed the trading session lower, as the index "EGX 30" by 0.54%, at the level of 13974 points, and the index "EGX 50" by 0.48%, at 2034 points, and the index "EGX 30 The weighted index "by 0.49%, at the level of 16773 points, and the index of the EGX 30 overall return by 0.62%, at the level of 5192 points, and the index of medium and small companies" EGX 70 "about 0.93%, at the level of 534 points, and the index lost" EGX 100 ”increased by 0.49%, at the level of 1410 points, while the Nile Stock Exchange index increased by 0.05%, at the level of 476 points.
Out of the 167 companies traded today, 26 headed north, 92 declined and 49 remained unchanged.
Market capitalization fell by 2.6 billion pounds to 707.930 billion pounds.
A total of 95.4 million shares changed hands through 15.9 thousand transactions at a total value of EGP 549.4 million. Institutions accounted for 57.8% of the total market trading, while the remaining 42.19% were for individuals.
Arab investors and institutional investors were net sellers by EGP 15.2 million and EGP 42.8 million respectively, while Egyptian and foreign individuals and institutions were net buyers at EGP 26.9 million, EGP 3.1 million, EGP 15 million and EGP 13.1 million, respectively.
In Saudi Arabia, the Saudi index - "Tasi" closed the trading session up 0.2% from the level of 8014 points, amid the value of trading amounted to about 2.9 billion riyals, compared to yesterday's session.
Today's session witnessed the implementation of 24 special deals on a number of listed companies in the market, with a total value of 96.7 million riyals.
Themar was the top gainer today, at SAR18.60.
SABB rose 3% to SAR 36, while Saudi Cement, Arab National Bank, Saudi Fransi, Ma'aden and Samba gained 1 to 2%.
On the other hand, issued "safety insurance" declines by more than 7% at 9.79 riyals, fell "Extra" by 3%, at 69 riyals, shares
also ended the parallel market index - "growth" trading session , rising 6.7% from the level of 5593 points , Amid the value of trading amounted to about 27.6 million riyals, compared to Thursday's meeting.
The "cap growth" index rose 6.5%, at 5,785 points.
Al-Samaani topped gainers by 12%, while Food Development, Al-Omran, Ba'azim and National Building & Marketing rose by 6 to 9%.
In the Sultanate of Oman, the General Index of the Muscat Securities Market closed the trading session up 0.04%, at 4083.02 points, gaining about 1.6 points, compared to yesterday's meeting.
Oman Investment & Finance was the most heavily traded stock today, with 1.31 million shares changing hands, while Raysut Cement was the most heavily traded issue by value, valued at OMR 303.24 thousand.
The Industry sector index increased by 1.11%, while the Financial sector index decreased by 0.18%, while the Services sector index decreased by 0.05%.
Raysut Cement was the top mover to the upside, soaring 8.04%. Al-Anwar Ceramic was up 2.07%, and Oman Cement rose 1.22%.
On the other hand, Al Madina Investment fell by 4.55%, followed by Gulf Investment Holding by 2.67%, Oman Investment and Finance fell 1.65%, Al Batinah Energy fell by 1.41%, followed by Phoenix Energy by 1.35%, and Omantel fell by 0.65%. %.
Trading volume shrank to 10.59 million shares, and turnover fell to 1.89 million riyals, compared to 2.47 million riyals on Sunday.
In Kuwait, the stock market indices closed the session higher, as the first market index rose 1.3%, at 6,421.31 points, the main market index rose 0.08%, at 4,759.38 points, and the general market index rose by 0.98%, at 5,859.64 points , Compared to Thursday's session.
The value of traded was 39,663,487.94 dinars, while the amount of trades amounted to 211,257,919 shares, with a number of 8.037 transactions.
KFH was the top mover to the upside, shedding 2.75%, while HumanSoft led the declines by 1.49%.
KFH was the top mover to the upside, soaring 2.75%. KFH was the top gainer, adding 2.75%.
At the sector level, the Telecommunications index grew at the level of 1.068.57 points, the Banks index increased at the level of 1,348.98 points, while the insurance index shrank at 937.92 points, the technology index increased at 423.80 points, and the consumer services index rose at the level of 1.010 The Financial Services Index increased at 1,064.47 points, the Health Care index stabilized at 911.80 points, the Consumer Goods index increased at 715.19 points, the Industry index fell at 879.99 points, and the Real Estate index rose at 993.94 points. The Utility Index stabilized at 1,000.00 points, and the Basic Materials index grew at a level 966.63 points, and the oil and gas index fell at the level of 1,185.88 points.
In the UAE, the DFM index ended the trading session up 0.68%, at 2705 points, amid the value of transactions amounted to about 249 million dirhams, compared to yesterday's session.
Dubai Financial Market closed 0.68% higher at 2705 points on a total value of AED 249 million.
The consumer goods sector topped the gainers by 3.77%, followed by the real estate sector by 1.19%, and the investment and financial services sector increased by 0.90%.
On the other hand, the services sector fell by 1.34 percent, followed by banks by 0.69 percent.
Out of the 35 companies traded today, 22 headed south, 7 headed south, while 6 headed south.
Emaar Development was the most heavily traded stock, advancing 2.5% to AED 3.65, with over 17 million shares traded.
Emaar Properties rose 1.2% to AED 4.16, with nearly 15 million shares changing hands. Deyaar Development grew by less than 1% to AED 0.359, trading more than 11 million shares. Amlak Finance shrank by less than 1% to AED 0.471 and traded close to 10 million shares.
Abu Dhabi Securities Market Index has also closed at 0,091 points, a gain of 0.99%, or AED 185 million, compared to yesterday's trading.
Aldar Properties was the top mover to the upside, soaring 2.7% to AED 2.29, with more than 8 million shares changing hands. Abu Dhabi Commercial Company grew 2.8% to AED 7.74, with nearly 7 million shares changing hands. 4 million shares, and stabilized Oasis corner at its previous price of 2.43 dirhams, trading nearly 5 million shares.
In Palestine, the stock indexes ended the trading session on the rise, where the index of Jerusalem rose by 0.27%, at the level of 525.08 points, gaining about 1.44 points, compared to Thursday's meeting.
The value of traded recorded about 206,971.91 dollars, while the volume of trading recorded about 123,712 shares, the number of deals amounted to about 83 transactions.
The general index increased by 0.17%, at 293.56 points.
Out of the 12 companies traded today, 4 headed north, 2 headed south, while 8 headed south.
The Banks sector has increased by 0.49% at 146.34 points. The Investment sector has increased by 0.03% at 28.04 points. The Insurance sector has decreased by 0.56% to 94.12 points. By 0.15%, at 41.15 points, and the index of the industrial sector rose by 0.05%, at the level of 98.71 points.
In Bahrain, the general index ended the trading session up 1.01%, at 1,520.76 points, gaining about 15.21 points, compared to yesterday's session.
A total of 8,955,590.00 shares were exchanged, while turnover stood at KWD 1,808,984.37, with a market capitalization of KWD 9,571,778,166.
At the sector level, the Commercial Banks Sector Index jumped 61.16%, to the level of 3,557.90 points. The Investment Sector Index increased by 1.90%, at 702.43 points. The services sector has increased by 5.89%, to close at 1,448.00 points. The Hotel & Tourism Index has stabilized at 2,267.49 points, and the Industrial index has stabilized at 686.27 points.
Ahli United Bank was the top mover to the upside, soaring 3.15%. Al Baraka Banking Group gained 1.36%, GFH Financial Group gained 1.29%, and Bahrain National Holding rose 1.01%.
On the decliners' front, the worst performer was 0.81%, 0.73% lower and 0.28% lower.
In Jordan, the general index of the Amman Stock Exchange closed the trading session down, by 0.21%, at 1.789.74 points, losing about 3.72 points, compared to Thursday's session.
The volume of trading was about 4.8 million dinars, and the number of shares traded about 4.1 million shares, and the number of contracts about 1915 contracts.
Out of the 107 companies traded today, 32 headed north, 29 headed south, while 46 others were flat.
The rise was led by contemporaries for Housing Projects by 4.00%, Ready Mix and Construction Supplies by 2.63%, Sabaek Invest by 2.32%, Rum Group for Transport and Tourism Investment by 1.96%, and International Hotels and Commercial Markets by 1.92%.
On the other hand, Arab International Hotels led decliners by 6.66%, Masaken Development Projects shrank by 4.78%, Al-Sanabel International Islamic Investment Holding (Holding) down 3.38%, Al-Tajamouat for Housing and Housing Services dropped 3.12%, followed by Integrated Land Development and Investment Shares increased by 3.03%.
In Qatar, the general index of the Stock Exchange ended the trading session up, by 0.56%, at 10.310.88 points, gaining about 57.34 points, compared to yesterday's session.
Out of the 42 companies traded today, 22 headed north, 9 headed south, while 11 headed flat.
A total of 48,502,454 shares changed hands, while turnover stood at SAR 267,709,203.54, with a traded value of 7.728.
At the sector level, the Banks & Financial Services sector increased by 0.59%, to close at 4.062.11 points, followed by the Industry sector that increased by 0.58%, at 2.947.83 points. The Transport sector increased by 0.30% to 2.622 The real estate sector index shed 0.06%, to close at 1.513.42 points. The Insurance index increased by 1.22%, to close at 2.761.99 points. The Consumer Goods and Services sector index increased by 0.05%, at the level of 8.752.42 points.
In Sudan, the index ended the Khartoum Stock Exchange trading session up 0.33%, at 15,893.910 points, gaining 52.107 points.
Turnover reached EGP 66,228,766.700, while 198,738 shares were exchanged through 299 transactions.
Out of the 15 companies traded today, 11 headed north, while 4 others stabilized.
The Banks & Investment Companies sector index increased by 1.14%, to the level of 5,167.460 points. Development at the level of 2,034.700 points, and the index of agriculture settled at the level of 2,000,000, as well as the communications and media index, at the level of 6,787.170 points, and the index of brokerage companies at the level of 2,306.520 points
In Lebanon, the Beirut Stock Exchange ended the trading session down 0.30%, with the capital value of listed companies about $ 7,465 million.
A total of 3,618 shares changed hands, while turnover stood at $ 18,321, with 7 transactions.
Two companies were traded.
In Tunisia, the stock indexes ended the trading session on a decline, as the index Tnandex fell by 0.09%, at 6.992.87 points, compared to Friday's session.
The index "Tonandex 20" by 0.04%, at the level of 3.037.11 points.
Out of the 64 companies traded today, 21 moved higher, 27 declined and 16 remained unchanged.
A total of 392,973 shares changed hands, and the turnover stood at 1,945,753 JD.
Electrostar was the top gainer, gaining 4.10%, General Maghara (3.00%), Tunisie Bank (2.98%), Modern Ceramics (2.04%) and Lantor (1.81%).
On the other hand, the shares of General Automobile Distribution Company dropped by 3.66%.
In Morocco, the Casablanca Stock Exchange indexes ended the trading session on a decline, where the MASI fell by 0.23%, at 11.781.45 points, compared to Friday's session.
The FTSE CSE Morocco 15 Index shrank 0.15% to 10.359.86 points.
The Casablanca ESG 10 index fell 0.22%, at 925.89 points.
The FTSE CSE Morocco All-Liquid index fell 0.28% to 10.144.21 points.
The index of the Madex World fell 0.27%, at 9.601.70 points.
Turnover reached AED 61,481,649.97.
Ecomdom was the top gainer, adding 6.59%, while Fenie Brossette led the decline by 8.80%.
At the sectoral level, 5 sectors headed north, led by finance and financial services companies that increased by 2.26%. Fifteen sectors declined, led by joint stock companies by 3.66%, while 4 sectors remained unchanged.